Victorya’s winning dress will be on sale Friday at Steve & Barry’s for $20

The dress Victorya Hong created on Wednesday night’s episode of Project Runway 4 will be on sale at Steve & Barry’s stores Friday, as part of Sarah Jessica Parker’s Bitten line.

The store’s “interpretation of the dress will be offered in black or burgundy for $19.98, and the vest that goes with it will come in gray or black for $14.98,” USA TODAY reports. The designers were challenged “to create an outfit appropriate for Parker’s casual sportswear collection, known for its cheap pricing compared with other celebrity clothing lines.”

Victorya’s “actual winning design will be prominently displayed in Steve & Barry’s flagship New York City store at the Manhattan Mall for several weeks,” the store said in a press release.

‘Project Runway’ dress going on sale [USA TODAY]
Winning Design from Bravo’s Project Runway is Selected by Guest Judge Sarah Jessica Parker as a New Addition to Her BITTEN Collection at Steve & Barry’s [Steve & Barry's press release]

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